Power Talk – The Changing Face of Venture Capital


Synopsis

Megan Holston-Alexander, Senior Associate at Unusual Ventures is giving a power talk on ‘The Changing Face of Venture Capital’ and her journey as a black girl in venture.

About Megan Holston-Alexander

Megan Holston-Alexander is a senior associate at Unusual Ventures and fellow at Foundation Capital. Previously, she was the COO of The Door that was acquired by Backstage Capital and held positions at Lightspeed Venture Partners, Omidyar Network and Youtube.

Power talk held at Silicon Valley Forum’s Women in Tech Festival 2018, hosted at Computer History Museum, Mountain View on April 12th-13th, 2018. Visit the official event page here.


Platinum Sponsor


Watch Next

Tanya Soman – The Importance of the Female Investor Perspective

Tanya Soman, Venture Partner at 500 Startups provides insights on what it means to be a female investor and why it is important to have more female investors.

Female Founder Pitch – SunHee An, Lilly Cover

SunHee An, CEO & Founder of Lilly Cover. Lillycover is a healthcare platform that develops skincare device that help diagnose your skin.

Power Talk – When Women Thrive: Driving Progress for Women in Tech

Pat Milligan, Leader of When Women Thrive and Multinational Clients at Mercer is giving a power talk on ‘When Women Thrive: Driving Progress

Power Talk – Women Are Changing the Way We Do Business

Tracy Lawrence, CEO and Cofounder, Chewse is giving a power talk on ‘Feminine Capitalism: Women Are Changing the Way We Do Business’ and how to be authentic as a female founder who is not out for blood.

Power Talk – Making Inclusivity & Diversity a Priority

Christine Alford, Dir. Of Partner Experience and Startup Team, Cloud and Enterprise at Microsoft is giving a power talk on ‘Making Inclusivity & Diversity a

Xi-Er DangPower Talk – The Changing Face of Venture Capital